About the Book :
Today's woman wants to make a success of both family and career and is unwilling to compromise on either. But the burden of coping with deadlines, recalcitrant children, lazy husbands, difficult bosses and equally difficult in-laws can be daunting, even overwhelming.
In this book, Apurva Purohit, CEO of Radio City 91.1 FM, shows how women can accept, adapt and achieve their way to the highest rung in every arena. Through real-life stories and funny anecdotes,
she provides pithy tips on a multitude of topics: from training husbands to training interns, from the right attitude to getting it right with kids, from dealing with household crises to office emergencies, from building a reputation to paving one's way to the top.
Warm, witty and empathetic, 'Lady, You're Not a Man!' is a must-read for every woman on the quest for work-home balance and determined to succeed in her career and live a happy and fulfilling life.
Interesting Facts :
'Lady, You're Not a Man!' is one of the first ever self-help books on making a success of both home and work targeted specifically at working women in India.
The book is based on real-life experiences of working in corporate India over twenty-five years and the anecdotes shared are all actual interactions with women across various timelines, situations and contexts.
This book will have pan-Indian appeal for women who want to 'have it all'-women who already work in the corporate world or are about to enter it.
Apurva Purohit is the CEO of Radio City 91.1 FM; the book will be promoted via a huge pre- and post-publication radio campaign across India.
One of Rupa's lead titles of the year, this book will have extensive marketing support, both online and offline.
About the Author :
APURVA PUROHIT is the CEO of Radio City 91.1 FM and an IIMB alumnus. She is one of the very few women CEOs in the media and entertainment space in India and has been managing media organizations for a large part of the twenty-five years she has spent in the corporate world. While she has nothing against men and is, indeed, quite fond of them, she believes women are equally competent (and sometimes more so!) and they need to start grabbing a larger part of the sky for themselves.